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The Future Water Association is the business support organisation that aims to shape the future of the water sector through: 

  • taking a leadership role with Government, industry, members and the public

  • focusing on innovation and education

  • increasing engagement throughout the membership and across the sector

  • becoming the voice of the sector

  • unlocking potential and opening new markets

  • inspiring a new generation

  • enabling the success of business across the sector


The association inspires, supports and leads the water supply chain, driven by the needs of our members and our vision to shape the future of water. Membership of Future Water Association means that you are part of a substantial group, more significant in external relations than any single company. The Association employs that "strength" in representing members' interests both directly to clients and their representative organisations, Government Departments, the Regulators and through the media.  Click here for more information.




Earth Photo is also supported by VerdErg Renewable Energy. Venturi-Enhanced Turbine Technology (VETT) has been developed by VerdErg to produce cost effective hydrodynamic power from low head projects (typically below 3 metres) in rivers, estuaries or at sea. Click here for more information. 



The Canal & River Trust is a national charity who look after and bring to life 2,000 miles of waterways. The Trust  believe that life is better by water.

Their research shows that spending time by water, whether it be your lunchbreak, daily commute or just a weekend stroll, really does make us feel happier and healthier.

With ever increasing rates of obesity, stress and declining mental health in the UK, the Canal & River Trust is uniquely placed to make a significant contribution to improving the wellbeing of millions of people. Our canals and rivers run through some of the most heavily populated communities in England and Wales, providing accessible green and blue space where it’s needed the most.

That’s why, the Canal & River Trust is working with volunteers and communities across England and Wales to transform canals and rivers into spaces where local people want to spend time and feel better. We know this will bring wellbeing opportunities to millions.

Their work involves not only looking after our waterways, but promoting them widely to the eight million plus people who have waterways on their doorstep so that many more people benefit from our free, accessible and local source of wellbeing. Click here for more information. 

Canal Opera ©  Nicky Coutts &   Canal & River Trust

Canal Opera © Nicky Coutts & Canal & River Trust